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Friday, 23 March 2018 12:25

Library

St. Anne’s Library/Resource CentreLibrary

Our library is a resource that is beyond books. In addition to fiction and non-fiction books that are suitable for all ages there are DVDs, royalty magazines, diocesan newspapers from across Canada (donated by Bishop Nigel) and a few CDs.

Here are the various suggestions but there are always more choices in the library. Library hours are Sundays after 9:15 am. worship service and Mondays 10:30 am. to 12:00 noon. You can also contact Louise K. at 519-474-3226.

Childcare and Caregivers
God’s Dream (picture book) by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and D. Abrams
Paddington Bear by Michael Bond A Lift-The-Flag Rebus Book
The Darkest Dark by Astronaut Chris Hadfield (Canadian)
The Short-Sighted Giraffe by A.H. Benjamin and Gill McLean
Imagine A Day by Sarah L. Thomson
Farm Lift A Flap Book by Julie Haydon
Have You Seen Bugs? By Joanne Oppenheim (Canadian)
My Neighbor Is A Dog by Isabel Minhos Martins and M. Matoso (Canadian)
The Golden Compass Bk.1 by Philip Pullman youth novel
Why? Over 1,111 Answers To Everything by National Geographic Kids
Dr. Dolittle 3 – DVD “PG”
Charlotte’s Web – DVD “G”
The Lion King – Disney animation “G”
Knut and Friends – DVD “G”
The Sound Of Music – 50th year edition – DVD “G”

Gardening
A Mystic Garden Working with Soil, Attending to Soul by Gunilla Norris
The Seeds of Change Leah’s Garden Bk.1 by Lauraine Snelling Novel – Large Print edition
New Annuals for Canada by Rob Sproule - Lone Pine
Perennials for Ontario by Alison Beck and Kathy Renwald – Lone Pine

Adult Fiction
Five Little Indians by Michelle Good (Canadian) CBC Canada Reads 2022 winner
Memories Of Glass by Melanie Dobson
Here and Now by Santa Montefiore
Last Light by Terri Blackstock
Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Adult Non-Fiction
The Inner Voice of Love A Journey Through Anguish to Freedom by Henri J.M. Nouwen
The Gift Of Years Growing Old Gracefully by Joan Chittister
Neglected No More The Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada’s Elders in the Wake of a Pandemic by Andre Picard (Canadian)
Kabul Beauty School by Deborah Rodriguez
Rising from the Holocaust- The Life of Fanny Goose by Fanny Goose with J. Fridman (Canadian London ON)
Call Me Indian From the Trauma of Residential School to Becoming the NHL’s First Treaty Indigenous Player by Fred Sasakamoose (Canadian)
Feeding My Mother Comfort And Laughter In The Kitchen As My Mom Lives With Memory Loss by Jann Arden (Canadian)
The Mitford Bedside Companion by Jan Karon and B. Furman (ed.) and tie-in At Home In Mitford - DVD “NR”

Platinum Jubilee Queen Elizabeth II
Sisterchicks Go Brit! by Robin Jones Gunn Novel
The Gown A Novel of The Royal Wedding by Jennifer Robson (Canadian)
The Other Side Of The Coin - The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe by Angela Kelly LVO

Puzzles and Activities
Cobble Hill jigsaw puzzle with cats and Rose Art with sunflowers
Jumbo Sudoku book with 400 puzzles and extra big grids
How To Draw 101 Animals Activity Station Book + Kit (ages 8-88)

DVDs
Viewed on our Monday Morning Movies with Lenten, Easter and the 5th Marks Of Mission themes:
A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood; Harriet; Hairspray; The Grizzlies; Woman In Gold; Dolphin Tale 1
Pentecost themes: The Good Lie; Breathe; A Girl’s Best Friend; The Zookeeper’s Wife; Soul Surfer; Dolphin Tale 2

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